Dr Martyn Amsel


Martyn qualified in 1971 at UCH in London and went on to develop a large private dental practice in the Midlands. This practice has always been innovative and evolving and now comprises of 6 dentists, 3 Hygienists and many support staff.

Martyn has always had an interest in teaching and has become a well-respected international lecturer in both clinical and team dentistry. His style is relaxed, informative, honest, enthusiastic and interactive allowing real participation from delegates at courses.

He has collaborated with others in the making of many dental videos, written regularly for magazine publications in the UK on differing dental subjects, helped to set up the Teamwork initiative with the BDA and demonstrated 4-Handed dentistry at International conferences and trade exhibitions.

Martyn has continued to do general operative dentistry, including implant work, and still retains his enthusiasm for the profession. He has attended courses all over the world in his quest for continuous education and being able to look after his patients to the best standard he can achieve.

For the last 25 years he has also been lecturing, running courses on the ergonomic design of surgeries and, along with his nurse Sally Chadwick, developed the use of very specific 4-Handed techniques for dentists and their assistants.

Martyn was one the first dentists to be awarded DGDP by the Royal Surgeon of Surgeons and is now also Vice President of BARD and Scientific Chairman of it’s inaugural conference.